Changing the ways we communicate with each other is of utmost importance if we consider the weak and fragmented character of Syrian secular opposition circles nowadays. Such a reflection inevitably involves the leading voices articulating these important issues (gender, class, among others) to take their responsibility in elaborating their positions and points of difference and to seek viable alliances and wider solidarity networks
Cities in Revolution
Documenting the history of the uprising in six different cities
The establishment of numerous women’s organizations in Kurdish-ruled northern Syria has led to an increase in divorce rates that bears a multifaceted impact on society.
The story of Malek, whose mother never wanted him to join a pro-regime paramilitary force.
Despite being military par excellence, Turkish presence has been widely welcomed by different segments of Syrian society in Idlib countryside and the Euphrates Shield areas, north of Aleppo. The reason for that being its contribution to improving the living condition of these areas, for the first time since the outbreak of the uprising in 2011.